§ 99.022  CORNER VISIBILITY SIGHT RESTRICTIONS.
   (A)   No fence, wall, hedge or other planting or other obstruction to vision, extending in excess of three feet above or hanging lower than eight feet above the established street center line grade shall be erected, planted or maintained in the areas described below, provided that this restriction shall not apply to buildings in the B-3A district:
      (1)   A corner lot (The area bounded by the edges if intersecting roadways and a line intersecting such edge lines at points 40 feet distant from the intersection of the edge or roadway lines extended on their bearing before any deflection for the intersection).
      (2)   A lot at the intersection of an alley (The area bounded by the edge of the roadway and the edge of the intersecting alley and a line intersecting such edge lines at points 90 feet distant on the roadway and 15 feet distant on the alley from the intersection of such edge lines extended on their bearing before any deflection for the intersection.
   (B)   If any owner shall fail to remove any such obstruction within 15 days after notice, the city traffic engineer may cause them to be removed at the expense of the owner. The police, street, park and building departments will cooperate with the traffic engineer in the enforcement of this provision.
('74 Code, § 17-93)  (Ord. S-185-85, passed 10-8-85)  Penalty, see § 99.999